Human Economy and Entrepreneurial Learning in a Voluntary Organization

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    Abstract

    "Based on five months anthropological field study in a British affiliate of an American charity in London, Revsbech asks what does learning look like in a social voluntary organization for youth. Her chapter argues that volunteers develop entrepreneurial abilities by shifting flexibly between, and by taking advantage of diverse value systems and multiple stakeholders." (excerpt from introduction to the book)
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationYoung People, Entrepreneurship & Non-formal Learning : a work in progress
    EditorsMaria Carmen Pantea, Raluca Diroescu, Maria Podlasek-Ziegler
    PublisherSalto-Youth Participation Resource Centre
    Publication date7 Apr 2014
    Pages81-96
    Commissioning bodySalto-Youth Participation
    Publication statusPublished - 7 Apr 2014

    Keywords

    • Young adults
    • Participation
    • Volunteering
    • Economic anthropology

    Cite this

    Revsbech, C. (2014). Human Economy and Entrepreneurial Learning in a Voluntary Organization. In M. C. Pantea, R. Diroescu, & M. Podlasek-Ziegler (Eds.), Young People, Entrepreneurship & Non-formal Learning: a work in progress (pp. 81-96). Salto-Youth Participation Resource Centre. https://www.salto-youth.net/downloads/4-17-2949/010_SALTO_Participation.web_A%20work%20in%20progress%5B2%5D.pdf